Trouble creating hotspot through softwares and cmd

  AtineshSi 20:21 20 May 2017

I am not able to make a wifi hotspot with any of the software or cmd. When I type the following command in cmd

netsh wlan show drivers

I get

Hosted network supported : No

I googled the problem and followed some fixes, But none worked. Here are the following fixes I have tried

  1. Checked device manager, there is no "Microsoft Hosted Network Virtual Adapter" driver available.
  2. Installed Realtek RTl8723BE driver
  3. LAN and WLAN drivers are up to date

Earlier I had Windows 10 Enterprise edition, in it, I didn't have any problem of making hotspot through 3rd party software or cmd. But since I have installed Windows 10 Professional edition I'm getting this problem. Please help me to resolve this issue...

  rdave13 22:34 20 May 2017

It looks as Win 10 pro doesn't support it on your wlan drivers.

  AtineshSi 06:00 21 May 2017

But prior to W10 Enterprise I had W10 Pro and I was using Connectify to create wifi hotspot. I'm not getting why on reinstalling I'm getting this issue.

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